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  • NBN Co to deploy 5G in the bush
    NBN Co to deploy 5G in the bush
    • 2016-03-02

    The national broadband network will deploy next-generation 5G technology for internet users in rural and regional Australia, according to Liberal frontbench MP Paul Fletcher. Mr Fletcher will make the announcement as part of a speech at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai on Thursday, as a replace...

  • NSW prison jams smuggled phones
    NSW prison jams smuggled phones
    • 2016-02-15

    An Australian-first trial of technology that will stop inmates from making calls from mobile phones they've illegally smuggled into jail has begun at a prison west of Sydney. A decade after it was first proposed, mobile phone jamming began at Lithgow Correctional Centre on Tuesday. Dozens of antenna...

  • Body Orifice Security Scanner: Goulburn jail stops inmates smuggle in mobile phones
    Body Orifice Security Scanner: Goulburn jail stops inmates smuggle in mobile phones
    • 2016-01-28

    A body scanning chair that can detect a piece of metal as small as a staple hidden inside a body orifice is the latest piece of security technology to be introduced at Goulburn jail. The Body Orifice Security Scanner, or the BOSS Chair, is now in use at Goulburn Correctional Centre to help prevent t...

  • Cons of Banning Cell Phones While Driving
    Cons of Banning Cell Phones While Driving
    • 2016-01-28

    Banning the use of cell phones when operating motor vehicles is a driving safety measure that has gained significant attention as more and more people talk and text behind the wheel. While cell phone use while driving can increase the chance of having an accident, there are several important drawbac...

  • Councillor hoped to limit smart phone use during meetings
    Councillor hoped to limit smart phone use during meetings
    • 2016-01-22

    Langley Township Coun. Petrina Arnason thinks there should be limits on the use of smart phones and social media by council members during meetings. She’s in the minority, but she’s hoping the rest of council will come around once they’ve had a chance to consider the issue. Right now, there is no po...

  • Airbus reveals 'drone killer' camera system
    Airbus reveals 'drone killer' camera system
    • 2016-01-18

    Cameras and sensors can scan large areas Signals can be 'spoofed' to allow operators to hijack it Drone can also be jammed to stop in functioning System can work out exactly where it is being controlled from They have begun a growing threat to airports, power stations and even public events. Now, Ai...

  • NTSB Wants Nationwide Ban on Mobile Use by Commercial Drivers
    NTSB Wants Nationwide Ban on Mobile Use by Commercial Drivers
    • 2016-01-08

    The National Transportation Safety Board is advising Texas and all other states to ban the use of mobile phones by commercial drivers -- even those with hands-free devices. The recommendation by the NTSB comes after an investigation into a crash in Munfordville, Ky. A tractor-trailer driver crossed ...

  • Indian parliament to jam cellphone
    Indian parliament to jam cellphone
    • 2016-01-04

    The Indian government has installed jamming devices in parliament to deactivate mobile telephones following frequent disruption of parliamentary proceedings by electronic beeps. A government spokesman said the decision had been taken after members repeatedly ignored requests not to use portable phon...

  • Motorists face jail over phone use
    Motorists face jail over phone use
    • 2015-12-28

    British drivers caught using mobile phones could face jail under tough new guidelines to curb dangerous behaviour behind the wheel. The measures, published Thursday by the Crown Prosecution Service, could also lead to motorists who cause death on the road being prosecuted for manslaughter -- a charg...

  • Drivers using mobiles could face bigger fines, more points
    Drivers using mobiles could face bigger fines, more points
    • 2015-12-21

    Motorists who use a mobile phone while driving could face tougher penalties if government plans are approved. The government is planning to increase fixed penalty fines from £100 to £150, as well as increasing the number of penalty points drivers receive. Penalty points would rise from three to four...

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